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Death GripsThe Money Store

Label:Epic – 88691963511, Epic – 88691963511 S1, Epic – 88691963511-I1
Vinyl, LP, Album, United Record Pressing
Genre:Electronic, Hip Hop
Style:Experimental, Hardcore Hip-Hop


A1Get Got
A2The Fever (Aye Aye)
A3Lost Boys
A4Black Jack
A5Hustle Bones
A6I've Seen Footage
A7Double Helix
B1System Blower
B2The Cage
B3Punk Weight
B4Fuck That
B5Bitch Please

Companies, etc.



United Record Pressing, as identified in the dead wax.
Please find the MPO pressing here: Death Grips - The Money Store.

Released in a small quantity of 500 to stores participating in "Record Store Day" on April 21, 2012.
Released to all retail outlets on May 22, 2012.

Includes lyrics/credits insert and a download card with a code for a digital version of the album.
Record Store Day copies came with a sticker announcing the release of their second album "No Love" in the fall. Other than the sticker, there are no other differences.

Catalog number:
•88691963511 (jacket spine, lower right corner of sleeve)
•88691963511 S1 (artist/title sticker on the outer plastic wrap over the cover art)
•88691963511-I1 (lower right corner of insert)


© 2012 Epic Records, A Division of Sony Music Entertainment

[center label art:]
© & ℗ 2012 Epic Records, A Division of Sony Music Entertainment

[back cover art:]
© & ℗ 2012 Epic Records, A Division of Sony Music Entertainment / Manufactured and Distributed by Epic Records, A Division of Sony Music Entertainment

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 8691-96351-1 9
  • Barcode (Scanned): 886919635119
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, hand-etched): Ⓤ 88691 961 963 511 - A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, hand-etched): Ⓤ 88691 963 511 - B

Other Versions (5 of 18)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
The Money Store (CD, Album)Epic88691963512US2012
The Money Store (Cassette, Album)Not On Label (Death Grips Self-released)noneUS2012
New Submission
The Money Store (13×File, MP3, Album, 320 kbps)EpicnoneUS2012
The Money Store (LP, Album, Mispress)Epic, Epic, Epic88691963511, 88691963511 S1, 88691963511-I1US2012
New Submission
The Money Store (CD, Album)Epic, Sony Music88691963512Europe2012
cbenanti's profile picture
There’s a new submission for anyone with a copy that has MPO in the deadwax
Slimeshine's profile picture
So I didn't actually get a misprint-labeled copy, but this is definitely a newer repress that maybe hasn't been cataloged yet. Overall the sound quality is great and I have no issues with surface noise. Sucks that this was mislabeled for a lot of people and I can understand the frustration. But this is an excellent pressing nonetheless.
fariselijah's profile picture
Great pressing! Especially for the price I was able to pick it up at. Dead silent pressing with some nice *umph* behind its sound. System Blower in particular sounds fantastic to me!
Storken's profile picture
As others have mentioned this pressing is a bit light in the bass region. Nothing a slight turn of the bass dial on your amp can't fix though - and then it sounds really great!
imasaddog's profile picture
Sounds great. Not much to say about it tbh. The bass is a little underpresented but it's alright.
Jrome623's profile picture
Super good pressing, came with like 2 scratches but they don't seem to affect the sound at all.
mega_2122's profile picture
Anyone else have one with side b as: Ⓤ 88691 963 511-B2? My side A is identical to the one on here, and my download card has the eye picture on it instead of the pill picture. Have had this since January 2019, so it isnt the 2020 press.
filbrwn's profile picture
Sounds good. Do think this album would benefit from a good bit more bass and punch. It still sounds great because it is great.
cplkane's profile picture
Imagine my disappointment getting this from a fairly reputable online store in my country, stating that it is the RSD release, only to receive it a few months after ordering, and finding out it's the 2020 repress.....
tangerinegripz's profile picture
Edited 10 months ago
As far as I'm aware the bass is just exactly the same as the digital version, I did an A/B listening and barely found any difference between the two, maybe because I got a pressing that was cut at MPO? If anything I don't think the vinyl version hits the same exact high frequencies the digital version does though, but the dynamic range is still well preserved, even if DG isn't a band known for being DR friendly. Good pressing.